Wolfy currently serves the RCD as a Forest Health Watershed Coordinator under a grant from the Department of Conservation. Her projects include developing the Butte Forest Plan, helping local landowners put "good fire" on the ground through a Prescribed Burn Association, and writing grants to develop the next wave of watershed health projects in the county. Wolfy also assists with CEQA/NEPA development on a broad array of RCD and partner projects, including the Concow Resilience Project and the City of Chico Vegetative Fuels Management Plan.
Wolfy is particularly fascinated by oak woodlands and the interdependence between humans, oaks, and fire. She holds an M.P.A. (Master's in Public Administration) from CSU, Chico (2019), where her thesis explored prescribed fire policy on private lands. She also holds a CEQA Practice certificate from UCSD and is a recovering farmer.